Here is a quick menswear catch up, with some of the Tony Awards attendees we missed.
Channing Tatum: The actor joined his lovely wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum on the red carpet for the ’22 Jump Street’ LA premiere on Tuesday (June 10). He donned a three-piece charcoal-grey Dolce & Gabbana suit styled with a striped shirt and slim tie
Jonah Hill: Channing’s co-star caught my eye wearing an ink-blue suit, opting not to wear a co-ordinating tie, but selecting brown instead. Perhaps in theory it shouldn’t work, but it does for Jonah.
Ben McKenzie: The actor joined Diane Kruger and Jordana Brewster on the red carpet for the 13th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball on Saturday (June 7). The actor donned a Z Zegna burgundy two-button peak-lapel suit with a striped tie and matching lace-up shoes. Aside from the colour, I love the slim fit and perfect pant length.
Matt Bomer: The ‘White Collar’ actor look impossibly handsome wearing a classic midnight-blue tuxedo to the Tony Awards: impeccable fit; high-shine, thanks to the satin lapels; bow tie; patent shoes; and a pinkie ring for a touch of bling.
Bryan Cranston: Decked out in head-to-toe Calvin Klein Collection to the Tony Awards, the actor broke down some of the stuffiness of the look with a polka-dot bow tie.
Josh Duhamel: The actor opted for black on black on black for his super-sharp amfAR Inspiration New York Gala Calvin Klein look last night when accompanying his gorgeous wife Fergie. If I could give this three thumbs up, I would.
Zachary Quinto: You can never accuse the actor of playing it safe or being boring on the red carpet. At the amfAR Inspiration New York Gala he opted to mix thing up again wearing a navy shirt and trousers with a polka-dot tie. I hate to say it, but I am not a fan of the white satin blazer; however, I am delighted he was more creative than opting for navy.
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